17 December 2011 @ 10:00 pm
Christmas market science
I'm back from some highly scientific research. I was researching silly headgear in relation to the blood alcohol level and the best place to go for that is of course a German Christmas market. The results are this:

If you are a kid, there seems to be no connection at all. However, if you are a very small kid or a dog the blood alcohol level of the parent or owner is important. Apparently it leads them to notice, that their baby or pet is suffering from a serious lack of antlers and the desire to fix the problem.

If you are an adult it's relatively easy - the higher the alcohol level, the higher the probability of being caught wearing silly headgear while visiting a Christmas market. However, you have to consider the headgear losing factor, which also increases with the blood alcohol level.

PS: Me: Eggnog, Apple Punch and Hot Chocolate with peppermint snaps, no silly headgear.
how: silly